éllo lovely people,
I am finally back.
I am so sorry for staying away for a couple of weeks.
I had my examinations at my university and basically lived in the library.
I now have only one exam left and two papers due until march but I couldn't leave you for any longer.
I missed blogging so much as you may know if you follow my twitter @ londonstagraam
So it´s been a while and I want to share some beauty products I loved during January and mid February.
I want to share my favourite fragrance with you.
It was all about the sweet and flowery scents for me but a few weeks ago I wanted something more heavy and kinda sexy in my collection.
I had a browse through a few stores but couldn't find anything really.
It was my roommate who showed me the fragrances around Zara and this scent one was just right up my street.
It is kinda musky but sexy.
I love it and I am wearing it constantly.
I love Maybelline mascaras so I had to try the new Push Up Dream Mascara in their range.
I heard Lou Teasdale talk about it in her Snapchat and had to get my hands on it.
It is amazing I can tell you.
It lengthens your lashes and adds a hell lot of volume.
It is a bit clumpy so if you do not like that keep away from this one,
go for the Lash Sensational one or the False Lashes Mascara.
But if you do like a bit of a clump and loads of coats on your lashes you will love this one.
I recently tried the Urban Decay All Nighter Makeup Setting Spray in a mini bottle.
I used it for special occasions but found myself reaching for it more often and hated that I couldn't use it everyday because I only had the mini version of it.
So I splashed my money on the bigger version and I regret nothing.
It has such a nice feeling on the skin, its very refreshing and smells amazing.
With setting sprays from different brands I always had to worry that it makes my makeup run down my face with this one no such thing happens.
My makeup games changed a lot after purchasing it.
It keeps my makeup in place for literally the whole day.
I got my eyebrows waxed a few weeks ago and it leaves your skin around them red and angry,
so the lovely woman who worked at the Benefit counter recommended the Boiing concealer.
Its a high-coverage concealer with zinc in it.
It helps to sooth the skin while still covering the redness.
It is also perfect for putting on top of your pimples or little blemishes to help them heal while still covering them up perfectly.
I wanted to get my hands on the Clinique curvy contour chubby stick for about a year now.
I finally treaded myself to it and it intoducted mew to a whole new word of contouring.
I have to say it takes a while to find the perfect way in blending it into your skin but it also leaves the most natural looking contour on your face.
I contour my cheekbones, jawline, nose and forehand with it and it worked very well on all these places.
You are able to build it up depending on how strong you want your contour to look.
I feel like this will be very much loved especially in the warmer days,
hopefully they will be here soon.
I hope you liked this weeks blogpost,
I´m sorry I was away, I hope you understand that university is very important to me and that I had to concentrate on my exams for a while.
Speak to you soon x